I don't think it has been established that the tissue is unfixed. Our
facility has a large renal service and our processing times are even
shorter, but we use an automated processor. Most of our cases are sent
to us so the tissue is fixed.
> 15 mins will not fix anything!!! That's your major issue
> Take care
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> I guess I am surprised at all the comments about this being such a rush
> processing schedule. These are very small needle core bxs, and the
> processing takes about 3 hours to complete. Is anyone else using hand
> processing willing to share their protocol please?
> -------------- Original message --------------
> From: "kemlo"
>> Oh so renal biopsy stat!!!
>> Is life really that hectic? Maybe a little more time spent gets the
>> result rather than rushing and ruining.
>> Tortoise and the hare?
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